Things to know
This seminar is for attendees who have watched the Bankruptcy 101 on-demand series or have an equivalent level of knowledge. The Bankruptcy 101 course is an on-demand video series recorded in 2021 (five 1.5-hour segments) that serves to introduce the basic concepts that bankruptcy novices need to know in order to benefit from this year’s seminar. It is included complimentary to ALL registrants. The course is located on the Learning Management System (LMS) and information on accessing the course wil; be provided in your registration confirmation.
This annual program builds upon the Bankruptcy 101 on-demand video series that serves to introduce the basic concepts that bankruptcy novices need to know in order to benefit from this year’s seminar.
The webinar will cover all major aspects of a bankruptcy case such as:
- The automatic stay and discharge
- Claims filing
- Operations during the case
- Plan confirmation and much more
There will be breakout sessions for regulators and tax counsel to consider their specific issues.
The program is based upon a hypothetical based on a debtor that uses per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances also known as “PFAS” (the so-called “forever” chemicals) in its business, polluting in the process both the lungs of its employees and the surrounding environment. Other emerging topics will also be addressed, including the use/abuse of the Subchapter V structure for “small” business debtors, the “Texas Two-step” process for restructuring, and third-party releases which is a topic the Supreme Court will rule on this term.
Registration deadline | Noon, Thursday, Oct. 26
Attendees will have the option to select the “Regulator” group upon registering. If you do not select “Regulator”, you will be placed by default into the Tax Counsel group for all breakouts.
|Attorneys general and attorney general staff||Complimentary|
|Other non-attorney general governmental counsel and nonprofits||$120 w/discount code*|
*discount code is available by contacting Amber Arnold
Materials and information will be sent to you regarding the program in your registration confirmation.
Continuing Legal Education (CLE)
For attendees participating in the live virtual event, NAAG will apply for CLE per accrediting body guidelines upon request. After the conclusion of the webinar, please complete the CLE Request Form
If you identify as a person with a disability and would like to request reasonable accommodations for this event, please complete the Accessibility Request Form.